Monday, November 9, 2015

Despite a good start, spectrum remains in the shadow of Skyfall at the US box office – Le Figaro

The new installment of the James Bond saga has taken office the head of the classification of outputs in the United States, with 73 million dollars in revenue. Nevertheless, it posted a less good performance than the previous number, in 2012.

More spectacular than ever, the latest installment of the spy thousand gadgets James Bond, Spectrum , eliminated competition by taking right out of the head of the North American box office. Sam Mendes’s film, with Daniel Craig in the lead role, has raised $ 73 million in its first weekend of operation, during which it was broadcast in more than 3,900 rooms.

S ‘ this is the “second best start to a Bond ever recorded,” Spectrum remains in the shadow of Skyfall , which had done better when it was released to the States STATES in 2012 with $ 87.8 million reaped. The huge budget film is nevertheless “ready to become a worldwide success after already generated records in the UK, where he was released in advance of North America,” said the company Rentrak. On the British island, Spectrum has indeed beaten Skyfall with an impressive start.

Another new Snoopy, little dreamer dog soup comics milk grabs second place right out of Peanuts , with $ 45 million in revenue. The film, directed by Steve Martino and for which Noah Schnapp and Bill Melendez gave their voice, resumes the adventures of the “Beagle” the world’s most famous, adored the great and small, which has also just to get his star Hollywood.

Only on Mars , breathless story of an astronaut who tries to survive on the Red Planet, remains on the podium, in third place, after six weeks the poster, with cashed 9.3 million, for a cumulative total of 197 million. The last film Ridley Scott was inspired by the science fiction book by Andy Weir, who narrates the story of a botanist left for dead on Mars and forced to use his ingenuity to survive.

The American film Goosebumps Lost in turn from the second to the fourth position, recording 6.9 million in revenue, bringing the total to 66.4 million in four weeks on screen . Taken from the famous series of books by RL Stine, Rob Letterman’s film depicts monsters imagined by the author escaping his manuscripts, with the comic actor Jack Black and blundering and the young Dylan Minnette in roles key.

The Bridge of Spies , Steven Spielberg film starring Tom Hanks, fell to fifth place in its fourth week. During the Cold War, the American star plays a lawyer assigned by the CIA risky negotiations for the release of an American pilot captured by the Soviets. The film grossed 6,000,000, for a total of 54.9 million since its release.


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